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Fresh Fruit is Back — Fresher Than Ever with New Revue

Fresh Fruit is Back — Fresher Than Ever with New Revue

By Robert Nesti | Oct 9
Fresh Fruit, Boston's outrageous drag troupe, are back with a new revue and new members. EDGE spoke with Michael Gaucher, who is spearheading the new show that starts this week at Club Café, about just how they keep the Fruits fresh.

Josh Groban Plans to 'Let Go' in Upcoming Show Series

Josh Groban Plans to 'Let Go' in Upcoming Show Series

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 8
Josh Groban has a date for Valentine's Day — with 6,000 or so of his fans.

 Review :: The Silence in Harrow House

Review :: The Silence in Harrow House

By Christine Malcom | Oct 7
"The Silence in Harrow House" is not only a wonderfully creepy kick-off to the Halloween season, it's a highly successful collaboration among artists of a number of different stripes, & an intelligently executed movable theater experience.

 Review :: The Book Club Play
Boston, MA

Review :: The Book Club Play

By James Wilkinson | Oct 7
For all that's good about the production, there's something disingenuous about "The Book Club Play."

 Review :: The Lion King
Boston, MA

Review :: The Lion King

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 7
Does Julie Taymor's masterpiece "The Lion King" still hold up after twenty plus years? Yes, but for very different reasons.

 Review :: Escape to Margaritaville
Boston, MA

Review :: Escape to Margaritaville

By Will Demers | Oct 4
"Escape to Margaritaville" is not going to win a Tony, but it's a great excuse to leave the house as it gets colder and dream of a tropical paradise, even for just a few hours.

Fresh Fruit Is 'Born Again' in New Revue at Club Café
Boston, MA

Fresh Fruit Is 'Born Again' in New Revue at Club Café

Oct 3
Fresh Fruit returns to the stage in "Fresh Fruit Is Born Again!" from October 11 to November 23 on selected dates.

Something Old, Something New :: Weylin Symes on Greater Boston Stage Company's 20th Anniversary Season
Boston, MA

Something Old, Something New :: Weylin Symes on Greater Boston Stage Company's 20th Anniversary Season

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 3
Greater Boston Stage Company has an eclectic smorgasbord of offerings lined up for its 20th anniversary season - and Producing Artistic Director Weylin Symes fills EDGE in on the common threads that tie the season's shows together.

All She's Cracked Up to Be :: Dito van Reigersberg Talks Martha Graham Cracker

All She's Cracked Up to Be :: Dito van Reigersberg Talks Martha Graham Cracker

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 2
Ready for something sweet and crunchy? Martha Graham Cracker is coming to town - and she's bringing her cabaret act to the American Repertory Theater's Afterglow at Oberon series.

 Review :: Eclectic Acrobatics Show 'Passengers' Dazzles in US Debut

Review :: Eclectic Acrobatics Show 'Passengers' Dazzles in US Debut

By Sam Cronin | Oct 2
Opening its 10th year worldwide, "Passengers" by the 7 Fingers production studio made its US debut this month as part of a partnership with ArtsEmerson. The multi-acrobatic performance captivated the Cutler Majestic Theater in its opening week.

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